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Global recession fears hurting European energy

The outlook for Europe’s economic growth continues to deteriorate with the combination of tightening monetary policy, high interest rates, high inflation, and concerns about the supply and cost of energy. At the same time, China’s economy is still hampered by Covid-19 restrictions and its deteriorating property

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